MSCTY
MSCTY

SOUND_SPACE

SOUND_SPACE

Essay
Introduction to MSCTY
by Nick Luscombe

Introduction to MSCTY.SPACE

Introduction to MSCTY

From Anish Kapoor’s ArcelorMittal Orbit (2014) in the Olympic Park to Antony Gormley’s Angel of the North (1998) in Gateshead just off the A1, living and working in the UK I got used to seeing artworks in public places. 

 

 

Music + Architecture

Launching MSCTY.SPACE

 

Words by Nick Luscombe
Images from Nick Luscombe and James Greer

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SOUND/SPACE/MEMORY/EXPERIENCE

MSCTY Explores new ways to experience the world through sound and space. MSCTY Creates collaboration between physical, tangible, imagined landscapes, and sonic [space is the] place; from this we seek new ways of reading the world around us. MSCTY Invites criticism; inquiry; openness; suggestion; community. MSCTY Believes that the only boundaries [the only barriers] are dogmatic constructs to be broken down! MSCTY Believes that the quality of sound environments is as critical as quality air to breathe. No less than the Phuture of Sound is at stake: 5, 8, 6, we are MSCTY!